Definition of big bucks in English:

big bucks

A lot of money: the fast-track man who gets promoted regularly and brings home big bucks every week
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  • She figured she was already in the money so why not take a shot at the big bucks.
  • We're going to show you why some bold thieves may not be making big bucks off their amazing heist.
  • Free speech is of limited value when freedom to be heard requires big bucks.
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